India Eisley walks around The Grove while out holiday shopping in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon (December 17).
The 22-year-old actress joined her mom, Olivia Hussey, in picking up some holiday gifts for their family members.
The first promo for India‘s new project, My Sweet Audrina, was just released on Yahoo!
My Sweet Audrina is based on V.C. Andrews’ novel of the same name, and centers on Audrina (Eisley), an isolated young girl who’s kept under watch in a house of horrors by her controlling and definitely deranged father Damian (James Tupper).
“I must say I am very excited to see the finished product?? I loved working on this xx #mysweetaudrina #lifetime #film,” India wrote on Instagram.
Ed Sheeran checks out his plaque after receiving the RIAA 2X multi-Platinum award for X earlier in the week.
The 24-year-old musician was joined by RIAA’s EVP of Communications and Marketing Jonathan Lamy and Director of Communications and Gold & Platinum Program, Liz Kennedy at the event.
X is just one of only four albums released since 2014 to achieve RIAA multi-Platinum status, and this also marks Ed’s first multi-Platinum album. The other three are Taylor Swift’s 1989, Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour, and Adele’s 25.
The 2x Multi-Platinum record commemorates sales of 2 million in the United States alone.
The 19-year-old “Touch” singer opened up about her music and upcoming debut album. Check it:
On her hit single, “Do It Again”: ‘I had the record for two years, with just me on it, and then I happened to stop by Chris and Tyga’s session, and because I know them pretty well, I played them the song and they asked if they could get on it. I said yes – of course! And I just loved what they did on it.”
On her debut album: “We’re just gonna keep recording until the point that it comes out. It’s definitely going to be a difficult process for me.”
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Katherine McNamara lets her bright red hair shine during her visit to Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family earlier in the week in Los Angeles.
The 20-year-old actress talked up her brand new TV series, Shadowhunters, which premieres just after the new year on Freeform.
Speaking with ET recently, Kat opened up about how the series is staying more true to the books than the movie did.
“We stay true to the characters obviously, but then we bring in characters from books 2, 3, and 4 and characters that don’t even exist in the series,” she shared.
Kat added, “But if you love the books, it’s definitely worth the watch because we have those lines and scenes directly from the books and easter egg props hidden all over. If you know the books, things will make sense to you.”